Landfill in Argentine Capital “Kills Slowly”

Inter Press Service: "This isn't like a tsunami, which appears all of a sudden, but a silent enemy that kills you slowly, as you breathe and drink the water," says Hugo Ozores, who lives in González Catán, a working-class district in Greater Buenos Aires. For the past decade, local residents in this district on the southwest side of the Argentine capital, which has a population of 300,000, have been complaining about health problems that they blame on a sanitary landfill in the area that receives 2,500 tons a day......

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